Why The Privacy of Our DNA and Genomic Data Matters04/13/2022
Privacy legislation, especially on the state level, seems to be appearing at a rapid clip these days. But one area that has been noticeably slow to catch on are DNA privacy laws. Last spring, Sens. Marco Rubio and John Cornyn introduced the Genomics Expenditures and National Security Enhancement Act of 2021 or the GENE Act,...
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